Cape Business Network makes donation in fight against childhood hunger
The CAPE Business Network presented a check to Tish Brey, Representative of the Harry K Foundation of Rehoboth Beach, at the Lewes Diner restaurant. The Harry K foundation, established by Harry Keswani, has vowed to raise money and donate 100 percent of these proceeds to help Halt Childhood Hunger in Delaware. At this point there are 27 pantries in schools across Delaware and provide over 500 backpacks each weekend. To learn more, check out their website at: www.HarryKFoundation.org
The Cape Business Network includes representatives of the following businesses:Bank of Delmarva, Best Fireplace,Delaweb Designs, Donna’s Touch, Henlopen Chiropractic, Melaleuca, Inc, Parcel Plus, Remax Realty Group, Silver Electric and Tax & Accounting Advisors.
The CAPE Business Network thanks the community for supporting its services, professions, and businesses and encourages any local business owner or professional interested in joining the group to contact the Membership Committee Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Shown in photo: Front row (left to right): Lee Horn, Best Fireplace; Tish Brey, The Harry K Foundation; Roger Anderson, Parcels Plus; Sheila Burek, Henlopen Chiropractic & Acupuncture and Donna, Zetts, Donna’s Touch.
Back row (left to right): Brett Hyson, First Rate Movers; James Whitlock, Infocus Financial Advisors and Danny Fisher, Delaweb Designs, LLC.
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